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About Martha's Vineyard
A picturesque island escape, Martha’s Vineyard is know for its lack of chain restaurants - it has zero - and chain hotels, its grand swathes of sand, its green, almost pastoral interior and, of course, for being the setting for Jaws. Our Gurus have quite a lot to choose from when refining their recommendations for the best places to stay on Martha’s Vineyard. There are a number of cosy, New England Inns, charming converted colonial mansions and some really beautiful farmhouse hotels.
You’ll find some of our recommendations for the best places to stay on Martha’s Vineyard in gentrified Edgartown, which has some seriously impressive celebrity second homes, some incredible restaurants and a gorgeous bay. But there are also properties dotted across the island, from old fashioned beach resort, Oak Bluffs, to pretty Tisbury which is also where you’ll find the ferry port to Cape Cod, which is about seven miles away.
There’s plenty to see and do here, but don’t think seeing just one or two lighthouses will tick that particular box, see all five if you can. Long Point Wildlife Refuge is wonderful for a walk, but the whole coastline really deserves exploring. There are also some well considered vineyards, there’s good fishing and great food.
The Best Places to Stay on Martha’s Vineyard for Couples
- The Crocker House Inn is a picturesque B&B overlooking the Vineyard Haven Harbor. There are ten charming rooms, all with balconies with spectacular views of the bay and of the inn’s gardens.
- Kelley House in Edgartown, was built for a captain in 1742 - which is ancient by American standards. It’s now a boutique hotel with light, modern rooms and British/ American restaurant and an impressive bar. You’re in a super spot for exploring the island.
- The Charlotte Inn is another Edgartown classic, a 19th century colonial style house turned 19 room boutique hotel. The rooms are large and elegant, complete with four-posters and fireplace and there’s an excellent restaurant.
- Lambert's Cove Inn, Farm & Restaurant is a large farmhouse surrounded by manicured lawns, with a heated pool, a tennis court and a spa. Perfect for a relaxed, country house style break.
The Best Value Places to Stay on Martha’s Vineyard
- Mansion House is a clapboard charmer you can stay in for under £100 per night. There are 48 cosy, elegant rooms with huge windows and hard wood floors, and a beautiful terrace with incredible views of the bay.
- If you want a view of the harbour stay at Edgarton’s Harbour View Hotel, a vast converted beach house built in 1891. With over a hundred rooms now, the hotel has all the mod. cons. you’d expect including a great grill restaurant and a poolside restaurant and a cocktail and tapas bar.
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Best Hotels in Martha's Vineyard
Hob Knob 17 rooms from £192Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard
19th Century home turned boutique hotel with manicured garden, sit out porch and classic interiors. Rooms house big beds, bright bathrooms and delicious breakfast in the dining room. In-house spa, gym and sauna are for all to relax in wine country. Check out the The Hob Knob 27' Boston Whaler boat.Fishing - Aboard the in-house The Hob Knob 27' Boston Whaler organise a fishing trip with the captain.Full of characterSpaRecommended by - Tablet
Kelley House 54 rooms from £115Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard
Classic 1742 New England captains home turned boutique with garden, pool and ocean views. Light, modern rooms with coffee machines and noteworthy fluffy bathrobes. The Newes is a mix of American and British cuisine with a full bar. Perfect location of sea based activities or a romantic break away.Sights nearby - Head down to the beach and spend a day by the sea whilst catching a glimpse of Edgartown Lighthouse.Hideaway - A quiet spot.Romantic - Good for couples.Fishing - Excellent fishing nearby.
Crocker House Inn 10 rooms from £310Martha's Vineyard
A picturesque B&B overlooking the Vineyard Haven Harbor, on Martha’s Vineyard. Charming rooms sport comfy beds, neutral tones and balconies with spectacular views of the bay and gardens. Sit out on the wrap around porch and enjoy the views! A quaint and homely hideaway.Great walks - Mytoi in Chappaquiddick, an enchanting 14-acre Japanese garden with walkways, drooping Cherry trees and wooden bridges.Sailing - Enjoy state-of-the-art sailing aboard the 60ft. catamaran, with Mad Max Sailing Adventures.Birdwatching - Cape Poge Lighthouse, a migratory stop for over a hundred species of birds.Full of character
The Charlotte Inn 19 rooms from £250Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard
British style 1864 house turned romantic boutique, with manicured gardens and antiques. The perfect place to unplug and unwind. Large, classical rooms with four poster beds, fireplaces and fine linens. Delicious American cuisine with French and Italian influences. The perfect romantic break.Sailing - Can be booked nearby.Secluded setting - For escaping.Views - Great views from hotelBack to NatureRecommended by - Relais & Chateaux, CN Traveller
Lambert's Cove Inn, Farm & Restaurant 15 rooms from £140Vineyard Haven, Martha's Vineyard
Large farmhouse resting in manicured lawns with heated pool, all weather tennis court and spa. Rooms are different but collectively comfortable, similar to that of an English country house. Restaurant menu incorporates fresh local ingredients. Relax or explore the local area, a stunning spot!Sights nearby - Lambert's Cove Beach nearby is private and requires a free pass from reception.Great walks - The gardens are yours to explore.Views - Great views from hotelRomantic - Good for couples.
Harbor View Hotel 114 rooms from £100Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard
This 1891 coastal hotel has over 100,000 cedar trees, an outdoor pool and views of Edgartown Harbour. Light comfortable rooms with modern bathrooms and vineyard views. The Lighthouse Grill focuses on fish and steak, whereas the North 41 is poolside. Head to Henry's Hotel Bar for cocktails and tapas.Sights nearby - Five lighthouses in Martha’s Vineyard are the most diverse in a small, contained area in the country.Birdwatching - Over 300 species of birds are known to commonly inhabit and frequent Martha’s Vineyard.Full of characterBack to Nature